Bankrolls [verb]

Definition of Bankrolls:

to finance

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Sentence/Example of Bankrolls:

To get home is not so easy but I remember armored car provided by intelligent corporation for transport of bankroll, so here I am.

My raid on Loustalot netted me sixty-seven thousand dollars, so that my total bankroll is now about ninety-five thousand dollars.

Pretty lucky for me they didn't know I had my bankroll with me last night!

What this thing eats up in hangar fees alone would be enough to bankroll three or four teams.

It would take a long time to make the old skinflint part with his bankroll.

Of course them doctor sharps raise the long yell about it bein difficult, aimin tharby to bluff you out o your bankroll.

The man behind the bankroll is the basis, in one form or another, of all the chorus-girl conversations.

Also, the bankroll they brings her sends her back to her folks in style.

And he extricated a five dollar bill from his diminishing bankroll and tendered it.

He wouldn't be able to remake that bankroll every time if he wasn't.